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The Windows Firewall in Windows Server 2008 is the same basic rewall included in Windows Vista and adds many new features and capabilities compared to the Windows Firewall included in SBS 2003 R2. These new features include outbound ltering; ltering based on SIDs; a better management UI; con guration for local, remote, local port, remote port, and protocol; and tight integration with IPSec. The other big change is location-speci c policies there are three separate rewall pro les: a domain pro le, a private pro le for computers that aren t domain members but are on secured networks, and a public pro le for computers that reside on publicly accessible networks. And, nally, per-user rules are now supported. Although these pro les aren t terribly useful for the SBS server itself, which only uses the domain pro le, the same pro les are used by Windows Vista computers and can be enforced with Group Policy. In SBS, the Windows Firewall is on by default. All of the wizards in SBS and Windows Server 2008 that are used to add Roles and Features will automatically set the necessary Windows Firewall rule(s) to ensure proper functionality while still securing the server. SBS 2003 R2 had a built-in rewall, but most of the wizards used to con gure the server were not designed to con gure the rewall, and most environments had Windows Firewall disabled on servers, relying on an external rewall, or ISA 2004 on SBS Premium servers, to protect the network. In SBS 2008, the expectation is that Windows Firewall remains enabled. The Windows Server 2008 Windows Firewall allows more granular control over the con guration and settings than previous versions. To open the Windows Firewall With Advanced Security console, shown in Figure 19-10, type wf.msc at the command prompt, click the Windows Firewall With Advanced Security in the Administrative Tools folder, or open Firewall Settings under Security in the Windows SBS Console.
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You should only make changes directly with extreme caution. Know not only what problem you re trying to solve, but also why it isn t automatically handled by the SBS wizards. And be sure you understand the security implications whenever you make a change.
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Windows Firewall has three pro les: a domain pro le, a private pro le, and a public pro le. Each pro le can have different inbound and outbound rules as needed. To build a speci c rule, click Inbound Rules or Outbound Rules and then click New Rule. Custom rules can be set for programs or for ports.
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Use Group Policy to ensure a consistent application of Windows Firewall policies across the domain. Using normal Group Policy rules, as discussed in 20, Using Group Policy, you can set up a Group Policy to manage a group of systems. Use the built-in WMI lters of SBS Group Policy to set speci c policies for different types of clients and servers.
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When building Windows Firewall rules, there are three possible actions for a connection that matches the rule: Allow the connection. Only allow a connection that is secured through the use of IPSec (authenticated bypass). Explicitly block the connection. The order of precedence for Windows Firewall rules is: Authenticated bypass Block connection Allow connection Default pro le behavior This means that if you have a Block rule and an Allow rule, and your connection meets both criteria, the block rule will always win. By being as speci c as possible with your rules, you have less likelihood of con ict and more direct control. Port rules are much more general than application rules and should be avoided whenever possible.
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